Glen E. Cross

Indianapolis, Indiana

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Words can not express the deep emotions we feel for you and family as you grieve. Know that if ever you just need to talk or just don't want to be a lone we will be their.

God bless, John and Pat

Sandy and Family-
Just returned to Tampa and heard the sad news. I just wanted you to know how sorry I am and that I'm thinking of you and your family.
Sending lots of love and hopes that wonderful memories will make you smile today.

Sandy, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers daily. We are so very sworry for your loss. Love, Kathy and Dick Amacher

My life is far better because Glen has been part of it. Glen is my best friend, and the most genuine man I know. I cherish his counsel, his friendship, and all the great times we shared. I will miss him greatly. Thank you Sandra for sharing Glen, and your family, with me and my family.

Glen was a great and good friend, no matter the situacion you was he allways there for you. Good Bless Him and Hes family. Your Friend Paco Rios

Glen Cross was without question the finest man I've ever had the honor of being associated with. In my early days at Heidt and Associates, Art and Buddy granted me the opportunity to work with Glen on many projects including Northdale and Lake Magnolia Estates. In the years that followed I became Glen's engineer. I can't imagine a higher honor. We worked together on dozens of projects including Fish Hawk Ranch, Lake St. Charles, and Bloomingdale. During a lunch together a couple of years...

I got to know Glenn through taking care of his a/c. Our conversation would always revolve more about cars then his a/c needs. He was a very passionate man. I could tell Glenn enjoyed life. Glenn will be missed. From everyone at Marlin James, Our thoughts are with his family and friends as they go through this difficult time.

Aunt Sandy, Uncle Glen was more like a father to me and I love him and you very much. Know that I am here for you when ever needed. He will be sincerely missed.


Glen's Obituaries

Glen Edward Cross

72, of Tampa, FL, was received into the presence of his Savior on July 24, 2012 after a tragic accident. Glen was born in New Castle, Indiana to Barnell and Anne Cross on August 12, 1939.

He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Sandy, and three children: son,...

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